2nd grade looks bright! End of the year writing inspiration!
For small groups to show how many sessions are left, helps students to visualize & understand that the group will eventually end. May make "ending" easier for both us & the students.
Scrapbook of a School Counselor: Check In, Check Out
Super Bouncy Balls | Crafts for Kids | PBS Parentsor each ball that you make, you'll need: 1 T. white glue 1/2 tsp. borax powder (can be found in the laundry detergent aisle of most grocery/department stores) food coloring 3 T. cornstarch 4 T. warm water Balls, Bounci Ball, Craft Activities, Laundry Detergent, Food Coloring, Craft Projects, Kid Crafts, Rainy Day Activities, Kids Toys
Group counseling invitations are a great way to welcome students to participate in your counseling program. I like killing multiple birds (not just one or two) with one stone. Invitations are simple but hard-working! Group counseling invitations are good for: Welcoming students to the group Reminding students of the start … School Counselor
Monthly Student Led Bully Prevention Lunch | Alton Middle School | 6th graders participate in monthly discussions on ways to prevent bullying and how to promote a safe and welcoming school environment. These lunch periods are student led, which allows for open, honest discussion about the issue. Students learn appropriate responses to bullying and a common language for preventing bullying as well as having fun activities, such as making anti-bullying slogans.
Have each child draw a slip of paper and then as a group, decide “thumbs up” or “thumbs down” to different statements, like, "Dumping out a basket and then choosing a new activity". Use to reinforce good manners, the rules, using better words, etc. Group Activities, Circles, School, Children, Social Skills Group, Baskets, Circle Time Activities, Behaviorsoci Skill, Kid
Great circle time activity for working w/ good behavior/social skills.....I've gotta try this one.